Aesop's Fables A New Revised Version From Original Sources
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Aesop's Fables A New Revised Version From Original Sources

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  • Æsop's Fables
    • A NEW REVISED VERSION
      • FROM ORIGINAL SOURCES
        • BY
      • BY
      • HARRISON WEIR, JOHN TENNIEL, ERNEST GRISET
        • AND OTHERS
      • AND OTHERS
    • FROM ORIGINAL SOURCES
      • BY
    • BY
    • HARRISON WEIR, JOHN TENNIEL, ERNEST GRISET
      • AND OTHERS
    • AND OTHERS
    • LIFE OF ÆSOP.
  • ÆSOP'S FABLES.
    • The Wolf Turned Shepherd.
    • The Stag at the Pool.
    • The Fox and the Mask.
    • The Bear and the Fox.
    • The Wolf and the Lamb.
    • The One-Eyed Doe.
    • The Dog, Cock and Fox.
    • The Mouse, the Frog, and the Hawk.
    • The Dog and the Oyster.
    • The Wolf and the Shepherds.
    • The Hares and the Frogs.
    • The Lion and the Boar.
    • The Mischievous Dog.
    • The Quack Frog.
    • The Ass, the Fox, and the Lion.
    • The Wolf and the Sheep.
    • The Cock and the Jewel.
    • The Two Pots.
    • The Gnat and the Lion.
    • The Widow and her Little Maidens.
    • The Fox and the Lion.
    • The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse.
    • The Monkey and the Dolphin.
    • The Game-cocks and the Partridge.
    • The Boy and the Nettle.
    • The Trumpeter taken Prisoner.
    • The Fatal Marriage.
    • The Ass and the Charger.
    • The Vain Jackdaw.
    • The Milkmaid and her Pot of Milk.
    • The Playful Ass.
    • The Man and the Satyr.
    • The Oak and the Reeds.
    • The Huntsman and the Fisherman.
    • The Mother and the Wolf.
    • The Shepherd and the Wolf.
    • The Dove and the Crow.
    • The Old Man and the Three Young Men.
    • The Lion and the Fox.
    • The Horse and the Stag.
    • The Lion and the Dolphin.
    • The Mice in Council.
    • The Camel and the Arab.
    • The Fighting Cocks and the Eagle.
    • The Boys and the Frogs.
    • The Crab and its Mother.
    • The Wolf and the Shepherd.
    • The Man and the Lion.
    • The Ox and the Frog.
    • The Birds, the Beasts, and the Bat.
    • The Charcoal-Burner and the Fuller.
    • The Bull and the Goat.
    • The Lion and the Mouse.
    • The Horse and the Ass.
    • The Old Hound.
    • The Crow and the Pitcher.
    • The Ass Eating Thistles.
    • The Wolf and the Lion.
    • The King's Son and the Painted Lion.
    • The Trees and the Axe.
    • The Seaside Travelers.
    • The Sea-gull and the Kite.
    • The Monkey and the Camel.
    • The Rat and the Elephant.
    • The Fisherman Piping.
    • The Wolf and the House-dog.
    • The Eagle and the Kite.
    • The Dogs and the Hides.
    • The Fisherman and the Little Fish
    • The Ass and his Purchaser.
    • The Shepherd and the Sheep.
    • The Fox and the Crow.
    • The Swallow and the Crow.
    • The Hen and the Golden Eggs.
    • The Old Man and Death.
    • The Fox and the Leopard.
    • The Mountain in Labor.
    • The Bear and the Two Travelers.
    • The Sick Kite.
    • The Wolf and the Crane.
    • The Cat and the Cock.
    • The Wolf and the Horse.
    • The Two Soldiers and the Robber.
    • The Monkey and the Cat.
    • The Two Frogs.
    • The Vine and the Goat.
    • The Mouse and the Boasting Rat.
    • The Dogs and the Fox.
    • The Thief and the House-Dog.
    • The Sick Stag.
    • The Fowler and the Ringdove.
    • The Kid and the Wolf.
    • The Blind Man and the Whelp.
    • The Geese and the Cranes.
    • The North Wind and the Sun.
    • The Laborer and the Snake.
    • The Bull and the Calf.
    • The Goat and the Ass.
    • The Boasting Traveler.
    • The Ass, the Cock, and the Lion.
    • The Stag and the Fawn.
    • The Partridge and the Fowler.
    • The Farmer and the Stork.
    • The Ass and his Driver.
    • The Hare and the Hound
    • The Kites and the Swans.
    • The Dog in the Manger.
    • The Crow and the Serpent.
    • The Cat and the Fox.
    • The Eagle and the Arrow.
    • The Dog Invited to Supper.
    • The Frogs Asking for a King.
    • The Prophet.
    • The Dog and his Master's Dinner.
    • The Buffoon and the Countryman.
    • The Boar and the Ass.
    • The Fox and the Goat.
    • The Oxen and the Butchers.
    • The Horse and his Rider.
    • The Dog and the Hare.
    • The Fawn and his Mother.
    • The Lark and her Young Ones.
    • The Bowman and the Lion.
    • The Boy and the Filberts.
    • The Woman and her Hen.
    • The Lamb and the Wolf.
    • The Bear and the Gardener.
    • The Heifer and the Ox.
    • The Eagle and the Fox.
    • The Hawk and the Nightingale.
    • The Hen and the Swallow.
    • The Herdsman and the Lost Bull.
    • The Shepherd's Boy and Wolf.
    • The Hawk, the Kite, and the Pigeons.
    • The Farmer and the Cranes.
    • The Cat and the Mice.
    • The Father and his Sons.
    • The Owl and the Grasshopper.
    • The Fox and the Grapes.
    • The Ass carrying the Image.
    • The Ass and the Lap-Dog.
    • The Tortoise and the Eagle.
    • The Porcupine and the Snakes.
    • The Fox who had Lost his Tail.
    • The Old Lion.
    • The Ass and the Wolf.
    • The Horse and the Groom.
    • The Ass and his Shadow.
    • The Horse and the Loaded Ass.
    • The Mules and the Robbers.
    • The Lion and the Three Bulls.
    • The Dog and the Shadow.
    • The Ants and the Grasshopper.
    • The Thirsty Pigeon.
    • The Flies and the Honey.
    • The Great and the Little Fishes.
    • The Wolves and the Sheep.
    • The Fox and the Stork.
    • The Bat and the Weasels.
    • The Hare and the Tortoise.
    • Jupiter and the Monkey.
    • The Lion in Love.
    • The Miser.
    • The Wolf and the Goat.
    • The Bald Knight.
    • The Fox and the Wood-Cutter.
    • The Kid and the Wolf.
    • The Lion, the Bear, and the Fox.
    • The Stag in the Ox-Stall.
    • The Eagle and the Jackdaw.
    • The Three Tradesmen.
    • The Dancing Monkeys.
    • The Ass and the Grasshopper.
    • The Ass in the Lion's Skin.
    • The Boy Bathing.
    • The Cock and the Fox.
    • The Viper and the File.
    • The Oxen and the Axle-Trees.
    • The Bear and the Bee-Hives.
    • The Thrush and the Swallow.
    • The Sensible Ass.
    • The Lion and the Ass.
    • The Fox and the Ape.
    • The Lion and the Wolf.
    • The Miller, his Son and their Ass.
    • The Travelers and the Plane-Tree.
    • The Tortoise and the Two Ducks.
    • The Countryman and the Snake.
    • The Madman who Sold Wisdom.
    • The Leopard and the Fox.
    • The Hare afraid of his Ears.
    • The Peacock and the Crane.
    • The Mouse and the Weasel.
    • The Fox and the Tiger.
    • The Fox and the Turkeys.
    • The Eagle, the Cat, and the Wild Sow.
    • The Peacock and the Magpie.
    • The Two Goats.
    • The Dove and the Ant.
    • The Eagle and the Beetle.
    • The Mule.
    • The Cat, the Weasel and the Rabbit.
    • The Rat and the Frog.
    • The Widow and the Sheep.
    • The Man Bitten by a Dog.
    • The Horse and the Wolf.
    • The Goatherd and the Goats.
    • The Goose with the Golden Eggs.
    • The Old Woman and the Wine-Jar.
    • The Ass Carrying Salt.
    • The Gnat and the Bull.
    • The Lion and the Gnat.
    • The Lion, the Ass and the Fox Hunting.
    • The Dog Whose Ears were Cropped.
    • The Wind and the Sun.
    • The Wild Boar and the Fox.
    • The Hunter and the Wolf.
    • The Astronomer.
    • The Bulls and the Frogs.
    • The Thief and His Mother.
    • The Man and His Two Wives.
    • The Heifer, the Goat, the Sheep and the Lion.
    • The Camel and the Travelers.
    • The Swan and the Goose.
    • The Dolphins and the Sprat.
    • The Shepherd and the Sea.
    • The Bees, the Drones, and the Wasp.
    • The Wolf, the Goat and the Kid.
    • The Fox and the Hedgehog.
    • The Brazier and His Dog.
    • The Wild Ass and the Lion.
    • The Father and His Two Daughters.
    • The Fir Tree and the Bramble.
    • The Fox and the Monkey.
    • The Farmer and His Sons.
    • The Cat and the Birds.
    • The Stag, the Wolf and the Sheep.
    • The Raven and the Swan.
    • The Lioness.
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